I get a lot of emails on my blogs.  A lot of them just think I’m funny or a fan of the recipes but this week I received a very interesting email that put me in an interesting position. The views on Felt Like a Foodie are my own.  The “research” is my own.  With that said, if I give out information that may be confusing, I will say the fault is my own. My past blog on salmon was apparently “off” a little or at least my point of writing it was not represented the way I intended so I would like to clearRead More →

You get a line and I’ll get a pole, honey You get a line and I’ll get a pole, babe You get a line and I’ll get a pole We’ll go down to the crawdad hole Honey, baby of mine All this time “resting” has given me the opportunity to go fishing….fishing for some new recipes and techniques. I feel that even if I’m not in the kitchen, I should toss out a few lines and see what I can catch. When I was trying to think about what I should concentrate on today, I kept getting snagged. It was like I would throw myRead More →

So technically this is a continuation of my last story about Bok Choy.  Well, I guess I’m not continuing the story but I did want to tell you how to make a delicious, miso-glazed salmon to eat with my last blog’s recipe. Miso-whaaat?  Is that the exclamation some of you are making right now?  Are you going to glaze over this post and never look at it again.  (That would make me sad)  I normally try to write my posts so that the ingredients are accessible at your local market.  But this week, it might not be as easy but the search for the ingredientsRead More →

Every summer I have one conversation with my friends that seems to last at least two months.  You would think it would be about the hot weather but it’s not.  We talk about blueberries!  (Oh no, another post about blueberries.) Apparently when there is an option to go out and pick blueberries everyone feels the need to do it.  It helps that there seems to be a plethora of “U-Picks” in the area and we live in a small town so it has a certain entertainment factor. While I agree picking your own ingredients is fun, there needs to be some self-control.   Everyone starts thinkingRead More →